Another week, another top spot for Crash Bandicoot. This is mostly impressive because the game is a single platform release. There are some surprises this week as Battlefield 1 and Horizon Zero Dawn re-enter the top ten.
This week's (well last week's really, but you know what I mean) UK entertainment software sales chart and its top ten looks familiar but fresh. Plus, most of the games that make an appearance on the list have gone up a couple of places when compared to the last week's (technically the week before that one, but you get the idea) top ten.
Still going strong, we have Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. Last week, Crash dominated the charts and the game was crowned UK's biggest single-format boxed release of the year.
First up for a "promotion" on the chart this week is Grand Theft Auto V, sitting at number two. Next, Overwatch climbed up from number six to number three. This might be due to the fact that Doomfist, a long awaited 25th hero in the game finally decided to make an appearance in the game's PTR.
That's the top three. Next, at number four we have Fifa 17, up from number five. The only game on the list that took a couple of steps back is Micro Machines World Series, this week at number five.
Battlefield 1 re-entered the top ten, taking a considerable leap from number 20 to number six. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe let Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare take its number eight spot and moved up to number seven.Rocket League is at number nine, while another PS4 exclusive, besides Crash Bandicoot, Horizon Zero Dawn rounds off the top ten.
Here's the top ten in a list form:
1. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
2. Grand Theft Auto V
4. Fifa 17
5. Micro Machines World Series
6. Battlefield 1
7. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
8. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
9. Rocket League
10. Horizon Zero Dawn